A lot going on behind the scenes over here. All of which deserve their own post but here is a "sneak peak". Shown above is my craft show booth at the flea market held in an old Train Depot Building in Gallatin TN.
Below is a snippet of a color portrait by hand that I finished of a sweet little red haired boy named Gavin. He is the little brother of a sweet little boy name Adler that I created a portrait of a couple years ago.
And keeping with my stay at home Mommy duties I have also been making helicopter seed, grass noodle soup flavored with yard onions with the Rileyman. It's a dirty job but such is the life of raising boys who like bugs and nature. And I LOVE it.
The latest "behind the scenes" goings on has to do with a Bass fishing tournament club that my hubby talked me into joining with him. He has been part of the club for several years but they are trying to get women to join. Ms. Regina, Lela and I are the first of the brave ones. And when I say brave, I mean brave. This last tournament was held in weather conditions that has traumatized me for life ~which will be described in full detail in a separate blog post. I might need counseling. But new friends have been made and I see good times (and good weather) ahead. Shown blow in all his awesomeness is my father in law, Wade McNabb, winner of the last tournament. Treacherous weather and all.
Amber D. McNabb